Our goal for St. Paul Kindergarten is to enhance learning, foster a healthy self-esteem and develop creative individuals and problem solvers.
Kindergarten students need many opportunities for hands-on learning. By the age of five, children are also ready to be introduced to many new skills, work habits and concepts that are the building blocks for future success in school and in life.
Our religion curriculum helps students learn about the Catholic faith. Students attend Mass weekly, learn prayers and liturgical songs and listen to and discuss stories from the Bible.
The language arts curriculum features great children’s literature and leveled books for individual reading. Phonics, listening, comprehension, journal writing, word knowledge and recognition of sight words are included.
The math curriculum covers many areas, developing reasoning and problem solving skills. Science, social studies, computer skills, art, music and physical education are all part of our daily curriculum as well.
For more information, please see our brochure about our Kindergarten program.